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This is a used iron. I filled the water well with bottled water and turned it on to steam. the iron dripped and **** and ruined my fabric with is spot cleanable only. I tried to adjust the steam setting...


Sounds like there are 2 issues, the water is not being heated and the water system has calcium build-up. Get a product called "Lime-Away" most Home Depot's carry it. Fill the tank with it and let is sit overnight. Then drain and fill and flush with clean water a few times. Then disassemble the iron most likely one or more of the contact has a loose wire or ends are burned and carboned up. Clean all contact and replace any burned ends, etc.

Mar 12, 2015 | Irons

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My steampress 660 is has black stuff coming out


Hi Beverly. The "dried stuff" is scale which occurs naturally in tap water. You should always use DISTILLED water - buy litre bottles (approx.$2.ea Home Brand) all supermarkets. Electricity off, empty out all the water in your iron. Half fill with distilled water, cover the filling hole, and shake water inside iron side to side, up and down, vigorously, empty distilled water out and watch carefully to see if water runs clear or has sediment coming out - may need to repeat this action. When water runs clear re-fill iron as normal with distilled water. Put iron on lowest STEAM setting, LIFT up iron but with soleplate facing down onto an old rag/towel (brown water may come out) press steam button on & off to try & clear the holes. Turn iron off, allow to cool. Thick cloth wipe soleplate over getting into the holes if they have not cleared. Triple wrap a wooden skewer in cloth soaked in white viegar or "scale remover" and circulate it around the blocked holes. Go very carefully do not scratch the coating on the soleplate or holes - very important. Let us all know how this goes please and if I have been of help, do hope so. Good luck, Chris

Feb 12, 2015 | Irons

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A stink bug climbed in the water chamber and we can't get it out. is there a solution?


Slowly fill the water tank with water. The stink bug should rise to the surface. Continue filling slowly and the flow of the water out of the fill hole should force the stink bug out! Remember as you're filling you must use something that will NOT block the fill hole or the water cannot drain and your "little friend" won't be able to be flushed out by the flow of the water.
I hope this helps!

Mar 07, 2011 | Rowenta Professional DX8800 Iron

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My Tefal Steam generator needs de-scaling i have the kit but I have lost the instructions


you can download new instructions from the web. Remove the anticalc cover at the side and unscrew the metal nut, take care to ensure the little rubber seal is still inside the nut and not stuck to the opening. Plug one end of the hose into the iron ( it will fit without moving as it can only go in one way) connect the other end to the tap, turn on the tap and watch it flush out all the build up. leave it flushing for a few minutes then turn off the water. personally I then empty all the water from the base and then put the nut and cover back on fill up the tank and iron.

Jun 05, 2009 | Tefal UltraGlide plus 1656 Iron

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How do you fill the water tank on the steamer conair model GS15RN?


FOR HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY
FILLING INSTRUCTIONS
1. Place the unit on a stable surface.
2. While holding the water tank with one
hand, move the release lever toward the
power cord.
3. With the reservoir released, pull up on
the reservoir to remove it from the body of
the unit.
4. Turn the reservoir over, revealing the rubber
inlet cover.
5. Open the inlet cover and fill the tank
with everyday tap water (filtered water may
reduce hard water problems).
6. Close the inlet cover and return the
reservoir to its place, making sure that the
reservoir is secure.

Hope this helps! Hal

Jun 04, 2009 | Conair Compact Garment Steamer Iron

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Rowenta Powerglide 2 INOX vertical steam, no steam, just water leakage


replace the o-ring gasket on the tank fill cap. It is a simple neoprene "O" ring you can buy at your local hardware or NAPA aauto parts store for less than $3.00.
st. louis mo Ralf

Sep 09, 2008 | Rowenta Steam Generator DG050 Iron

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Water Leaking


The seal between the top and the bottom plate has lost it's integrity. First try tightning the 2 screws on the underside of the iron. If that doesn't fix the problem, then you will need to take the iron apart and fix the seal. That will require you to remove those 2 screws and also a third screw that is up by the toe of the iron underneath the sprayer. You will then need to slowly pull the 2 pieces apart becasue the seal is made of a sticky rubber substance. Once you get it apart, you can then distribute the seal material to cover the bad area. Then just put it back together!

Dec 15, 2007 | Rowenta DZ1700 Iron

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